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I would like to second the worthiness of Beth Anderson's "Quilt Music" - it
is a contemporary masterpiece of American music and should not be missed.
The Heinrich too, is rarely played and is worth getting up and out to hear.
I would be there if I could.

New Yorkers are lucky - Margaret Leng Tan is playing a concert at Roulette
the 29th.

David N. Lewis
Assistant Classical Editor, All Music Guide

"We must find out what we can about this place we're living in-this place in
time-but we've got to be awfully careful, it seems to me, never to make
ourselves too perfectly a part of it. Modishness is the sure sign of the
second-rate. We're finally to be judged not by the degree of our involvement
in the mainstream, but by our individual response to it." 
Orson Welles, This Is Orson Welles 

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Subject: [ARSCLIST] Concert announcement - for those group members that
would be interested.

 Artis Wodehouse will play a recital of New American Keyboard Music on the 
modern piano and an American foot-pump organ on April 24th, 2006 at 8 p.m.
at 
Merkin Concert Hall at the Kaufman Center, Goodman House, 129 W. 67th
Street, 
New York City. Works featured will be a world premiere of a solo piano piece

written in 1823 in the Kentucky wilderness, Anthony Heinrich's Toccatina 
Capricciosa; Arthur Bird's Music for the American Harmonium Op. 37 played on
an 
original 1918 Mason & Hamlin foot-pump organ; four rare Duke Ellington
Concert 
Paraphrases and Transcriptions for solo piano, and Beth Anderson's 1983
Quilt Music
.